September 2021

We’re retiring myQA! Save your Learning Plans now

As part of our ongoing work to enhance the Quality Assurance (QA) Program, we’re retiring the myQA online portal. The last day you’ll be able to access the portal is Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. If you have Learning Plans and Practice Reflection Worksheets saved in myQA, download and save them to your personal computers before this date.  

Why the change?

In April, we announced changes to the QA Program to better support your ongoing professional development during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we continue to evolve the program, we want to make sure the resources and tools we provide you with are relevant to your practice. That’s why we’re developing a new online system. It will allow you to document and track your QA learning and activities, easily access online learning tools and keep records of your QA Assessments.

Currently, myQA only allows you to access and view previous Learning Plans, Practice Reflection Worksheets and the results of any Practice Assessments you’ve done. When the myQA portal retires, this information will no longer be available.

What you need to do

By law (Nursing Act, 1991), you are required to keep a copy of your Learning Plan for two years. Before Monday, Nov. 15, go into myQA to download and save your Learning Plans so you have them for your personal records. If you need help with this, click here to read instructions on how to download and save your previous Learning Plans and Practice Reflection Worksheets.

To download and complete this year’s Learning Plan, visit our QA Resources section.

If you have questions about the myQA portal or retaining your Learning Plans, please contact

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